Carole Samaha ventures on to new horizons
After she had performed several charitable acts in support of children who are suffering from cancer, Lebanese singer Carole Samaha is preparing to hold preparing to hold two concerts in Los Angeles in which proceeds will go directly to help Lebanese victims of the recent Israeli bombardment of Lebanon.
According to the London based Elaph, the concert will be held on December 5, 2006.
Carole has made several changes in the way she runs her career an has come to an agreement with a new business manager named Hania Rafaat, who will use a new strategy that will open new horizons for the singer. Hania has vowed to make Carole’s popularity not only expand in the Arab world but also worldwide.
Hania has revealed that she will pass on her experience to Carole, which she has acquired from working in major companies like Sony Music, Mega Star, Rotana Cairo and AMA Music.
Samaha had left Lebanon and will split her residency between France and Dubai, where she recently signed her latest album “Adwa’ El Shuhra” (Fame’s Lights).
‘EMI Productions’ announced the release of Carole's new breath-taking album, featuring eight songs. The first single, “Esma’ani” (Listen to me), has already debuted on music charts as one of the most requested videos in the region.
Carol has completed filming her latest music video for the song “Za’alni” (Upset Me) under the direction of French director Terry Furgnees.
Carol is considered to be one of the elite of Arabic crossover artists today, who achieved superstardom through her two previous albums, "Helm" (Dream) and "Ana Horra" (I’m Free) enriching the Arabic music library with hits like “Ettalla’a Feyyi”(Look at me) and “Ghali Alayyieh” (Dear to me).